Show Me the Monet: A New Immersive Art Exhibit Opens Downtown
Another immersive art exhibit has opened in Lower Manhattan, this one celebrating the impressionist works of — you guessed it — French painter Claude Monet. Monet’s Garden is now open at 30 Wall Street and enables visitors to take a 360-degree experiential journey through the history and works of one of history’s most influential artists.
The exhibit is the latest in the wave of immersive art exhibits that have hit the city in recent years, joining installations dedicated to Vincent Van Gogh and the recently opened Gustav Klimt, Gold in Motion.
Monet’s Garden will explore the painter’s studio and give a look into his life, struggles and inspirations, before welcoming visitors into the scenery of Monet’s Garden, based on the actual grounds inside a French village where the painter and his family lived.
The exhibit runs through January 8. Get tickets here.
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